FT-101ZD MANUAL PDF

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There is easy provision for connecting an external receiver both antenna and muting so you can take that route if you wish and have a separate receiver. I believe FoxTango has all of them available for free download.

Pete, the original "mark 0 or no mark" ZD doesn't have an AM position so it is the oddball of the group. However the many modifications, hints, etc. N9axl : Thanks so much. Here's a better picture. I think it's a Mark 2 although the manual shows a picture of a ftzsd inside the manual while saying ftzd on the cover.

WQ9E : You are welcome! But I have read that early production Mark 1 models didn't have AM on the mode switch so I expect there were a lot of running changes throughout production and maybe the early Mark 2 didn't come with the WARC bands.

But in any case your model will operate fine on AM and if you find the mode interesting you can go in many directions with different gear in the future. All have their own personality and are interesting to operate. N9axl : Actually I'd like to eventually just put together a classic s ham station just for kicks. I'll have to keep some of those in mind. I can't afford Collins but maybe a Viking paired with something.

Thanks again. I was winging it without looking at the manuals since in all my years of hamming I've never owned any Yaesu FTxxx models. Actually I've never owned any Yaesu HF rigs. I've only seen two operating manuals for these models.

One seems to cover the first two above and a later one that covers the last two. Unfortunately, Yaesu didn't include any version numbers or dates in the manuals. The service manual s covers these different versions using only serial number identification.

The AM board in these units is identified as PB As indicated, in stock form with the AM board, in transmit, frequency response is Hz.

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There is easy provision for connecting an external receiver both antenna and muting so you can take that route if you wish and have a separate receiver. I believe FoxTango has all of them available for free download. Pete, the original "mark 0 or no mark" ZD doesn't have an AM position so it is the oddball of the group. However the many modifications, hints, etc. N9axl : Thanks so much. Here's a better picture. I think it's a Mark 2 although the manual shows a picture of a ftzsd inside the manual while saying ftzd on the cover.

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Yaesu FT-101ZD Service Manual

Manual zz. Build like a battleship, with a modular construction, it was easy to repair, and the big numbers which are still around, prove the sound work of the Yaesu engineers at the time. The FT series was very successful, and there were many versions of it, starting with the FT, released in to the FTF, who was released in See the FT page for more information for the FT series of transceivers. I still think the American industry at the time missed a chance here. Only Heathkit had a representative over here, and was very popular at the time for their nice kits.

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Yaesu FT-101ZD (FT 101ZD FT101ZD) user and service manual, modifications

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